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#309 : Dernier rendez-vous ?

Tandis que Garcia lutte pour sa vie parce que l'homme qu'elle avait rencontré, lui a tirée dessus après qu'ils soient rentrés de leur soirée en tête à tête, le Bureau cherche celui qui l'a attaquée ce qui les conduit à croire que le criminel pourrait être quelqu'un proche de l'enquête, mais l'ordinateur de Penelope cache bien plus de secrets qu'ils doivent comprendre.

> En plus : les photos promotionnelles


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Dernier rendez-vous ?

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Criminal Minds 3x09 || JJ & Em

Criminal Minds 3x09 || JJ & Em


Morgan/ Garcia - Criminal Minds 3x09 - 'I Love You'

Morgan/ Garcia - Criminal Minds 3x09 - 'I Love You'


Hacker battle between Penelope Garcia and Kevin Lynch

Hacker battle between Penelope Garcia and Kevin Lynch


Photos promo

Toute l'équipe est réunie autour de Penelope dans son appartement.

Toute l'équipe est réunie autour de Penelope dans son appartement.

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Acteurs principaux présents dans l'épisode :
   - Thomas Gibson ... Aaron Hotchner
   - Joe Mantegna ... David Rossi
   - Paget Brewster ... Emily Prentiss
   - Matthew Gray Gubler ... Spencer Reid
   - Shemar Moore ... Derek Morgan
   - A.J. Cook ... Jennifer Jareau
   - Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia

Acteurs secondaires et invités dans l'épisode :
   - Bailey Chase ... James Colby Baylor / Jason Clark Battle
   - Marc Vann ... Adam Fuchs
   - Nicholas Brendon ... Kevin Lynch
   - John Eddins ... Détective Walker
   - Mati Moralejo ... Mike Fleming

Neighbour: I was inside. I heard the shot, but I didn’t see anything.

Paramedic 1: GSW, chest through abdomen. Airways paten, good breath sounds.

Paramedic 2: Get a backboard and a c-collar.

Neighbour: Is she gonna make it?

Paramedic 2: Ma'am. Can you hear me? Hi. Hello. Can you tell me your name?

Paramedic 1: 60 and dropping.

Neighbour: Her name is Penelope.

Paramedic 1: Ma'am, please. Thank you.

Paramedic 2: Everything's gonna be fine.

Officer: Ma'am, did you hear anything?

Neighbour: It sounded like a… A broom handle snapping in two. I didn't even realize it was a gunshot at first.

Paramedic 2: Stay with us. Stay with us. Can you hear me? Can you hear my voice? On 3--1, 2, 3. There we go. There you are. Everything's great. Yeah. Can you tell me your name?

Penelope Garcia: Penelope Garcia.

Paramedic 2: Let's get her in, guys. Go, go, go.

Neighbour: I think she works for the FBI.

Paramedic 2: Penelope, everything's gonna be fine.

Paramedic 1: Great. You're doing so good.

Paramedic 2: Hang in there.

Paramedic 1: Step.

Paramedic 2: Stay with me. Stay with me, Penelope.

Penelope Garcia: Curb.

Paramedic 2: You're doing great. Stay with us.


Jennifer Jareau: What, you trying to make me look bad by staying here later than me?

Aaron Hotchner: J.J.


Paramedic 2: Sats are dropping… 82.

Paramedic 1: Come on, wake up and breathe. She's hypoventilating. Hand me the bag. Come on.

Paramedic 2: Come on, Penelope, stay with us.


Paramedic 2: 30-Year-Old, single GSW, chest to abdomen.

Doctor: Pulse?

Paramedic 1: Tachy in the 140s. Dropped her systolic to 78.

Doctor: Intubate, and red-Line to the O.R. Now.

Paramedic 2: Hang in there, Penelope. Hang in there.

Paramedic 1: Come on.

Doctor: Go, go, go, go.


Jennifer Jareau: She's in surgery. There's no word.

Spencer Reid: This is crazy.


Doctor 1: On the I-Pack.

Nurse: Yes, doctor.

Doctor 2: Clamp. Field's too bloody. I need suction.

Doctor 1: Can't find the source. Turn up the suction.

Nurse: Here we go.


David Rossi: What do we know?

Aaron Hotchner: Police think it was a botched robbery.

Emily Prentiss: Where's Morgan?

Jennifer Jareau: He's not answering his cell.

Spencer Reid: I'll call him again.

David Rossi: What aren't you saying?

Aaron Hotchner: I spoke to one of the paramedics who brought her in. It doesn't look good.


Nurse: She's in V-tach.

Doctor 1: Charge to 360 and clear. Wait. We gotta find the bleeder.

Doctor 2: She'll go into v-fib.

Doctor 1: We have to find the bleeder.


Jennifer Jareau: They can't give me an update.

Spencer Reid: Morgan's phone just keeps going straight to voicemail.

Emily Prentiss: Where the hell is he?


Doctor 1: Another 750 out of the chest tube.

Nurse: How's it getting up there when she's bleeding down there?

Doctor 1: Pressure's dropping.

Nurse: 67 over 42.

Doctor 2: Bullet must have ripped right through the diaphragm.

Doctor 1: And bagged the splenic artery… Put direct pressure.

Doctor 2: Right here.

Doctor 1: She's bleeding too quickly.

Doctor 2: More blood.

Doctor 1: We're way behind. More pressure… All right, keep pressure on the artery while I tie her off. Okay. Hold on.

Nurse: V-fib.

Doctor 1: Clear.

Nurse: Clear.

Doctor 1: Lidocaine 100 on the bones.

Doctor 2: No change.

Doctor 1: Charge.

Nurse: 300.

Doctor 1: Clear. No change. Charge.

Nurse: 360.

Doctor 1: This isn't working. Charge. Nothing still. Clear.


Penelope Garcia: William Shakespeare wrote: "Love all. Trust a few. Do wrong to none."


Doctor 1: Clear! Nothing still. Clear.

Nurse: She's back.

Doctor 2: Good job, guys.

Doctor 1: Whew. All right.

Doctor 2: Suction.

Doctor 1: And prolene.


Jennifer Jareau: She's been in surgery a couple hours.

Derek Morgan: I was at church. My phone was off.

Spencer Reid: There's nothing you could have been doing here.

Derek Morgan: The police got any leads?

Aaron Hotchner: I spoke to the lead detective. He doesn't think we'll get anything from the scene.

Doctor 1: Penelope Garcia?

Aaron Hotchner: Yes.

Emily Prentiss: Yes.

Doctor 1: The bullet went in her chest and ricocheted into her abdomen. She lost a lot of blood. It was touch and go for a while, but we were able to repair the injuries.

Jennifer Jareau: So what are you saying?

Doctor 1: One centimeter over and it would have torn right through her heart. Instead, she could actually walk out of here in a couple of days and I'd say that's a minor miracle. She needs her rest. You can see her in the morning.

Jennifer Jareau: Thank you.

Emily Prentiss: Thank you.

Aaron Hotchner: David and I will go to the scene. I think the rest of you should be here when she wakes up. I don't care about protocol. I don't care whether we're working this officially or not. We don't touch any new cases until we find out who did this.


James Baylor: Hey, Garcia.


Walker: Our guess is he saw her enter, then kicked the door in after her. He robs her, she tries to chase him, then he turns and shoots her as he's getting away.

Aaron Hotchner: You have an estimate on how far away the gunshot was?

Walker: Approximately 15 feet.

David Rossi: Any reason besides the door that you think it was a robbery?

Walker: He took her purse, dumped half of it before he took off.

David Rossi: Did you find a shell casing?

Aaron Hotchner: So he hit her square from here?

David Rossi: Hell of a shot on the run.

Aaron Hotchner: Why does he risk coming in to an enclosed courtyard to steal a purse?

David Rossi: World's boldest purse-snatcher?

Aaron Hotchner: It doesn't make sense… Yeah… Good… We'll be right there. She's up.


Penelope Garcia: Hi. No tears. I'm afraid if I start crying I'll come unstapled.

Derek Morgan: How are you feeling?

Penelope Garcia: Oh... Confused... Stupid, and... In pain.

Jennifer Jareau: Are you up for some questions?

Penelope Garcia: I never saw it coming. He seemed... Deliciously normal.

Spencer Reid: You know him?

Penelope Garcia: You were right. I should have trusted it.

Derek Morgan: What are you talking about?

Penelope Garcia: It's that guy I told you about. The one I met at the coffee shop. I wanted to believe he was interested in me.

Derek Morgan: Forget that.

Penelope Garcia: I let my guard down.

Emily Prentiss: Do you have any idea why he would have done this?

Spencer Reid: Did he threaten you? Did he want something?

Penelope Garcia: I just thought he liked me.

Jennifer Jareau: Okay. Um... We're gonna… We're gonna come back in a little while.

Emily Prentiss: We need a name.

Penelope Garcia: James Colby Baylor… J.J. Can you stay for a sec?


Spencer Reid: We need to stay calm.

Derek Morgan: Don't tell me what to be.

Spencer Reid: Do you remember anything she said about him?

Derek Morgan: No.

Emily Prentiss: I just talked to Hotch. They think he used a revolver.

Derek Morgan: Who the hell uses a revolver?

Spencer Reid: Somebody who doesn't want to leave shell casings behind as evidence.

Derek Morgan: What about witnesses?

Emily Prentiss: None so far. And he staged it to look like a robbery.

Spencer Reid: Which means if he's smart enough to use forensic countermeasures, odds are the name he gave Garcia is probably bogus. What did she say?

Jennifer Jareau: She made me promise not to talk about her like a victim.


Aaron Hotchner: So victimology… Why Garcia?

David Rossi: Look at her.

Aaron Hotchner: What are you saying?

David Rossi: You don't look like that by accident. She wears her individuality like a shield.

Aaron Hotchner: Leading someone to be antagonistic?

David Rossi: She stands out. Single woman. Could be someone was watching her for a while.

Aaron Hotchner: The sadist who gets off on gaining her trust and then trying to kill her?

David Rossi: Pretty common. Kemper, Bundy, Robert Anderson… They all had an element of it.

Aaron Hotchner: What's bugging you?

David Rossi: A sadist who just happens to choose an analyst for the FBI?


Derek Morgan: I asked her to go out last night but she was pissed at me. She blew me off.

Spencer Reid: So you ended up in church?

Derek Morgan: Yeah… What does it mean? On one hand, if she'd gone out with me, she would have never got shot. On the other hand... What are the odds that the first time i pray in 20 years, she's on the table?

Nurse: She's asking for you.


Derek Morgan: Hey. How are you feeling?

Penelope Garcia: Good news, bad news. The morphine's wearing off. When I was in the ambulance, I could hear the song heroes playing in my head. I kept flashing in and out of consciousness. Everything was really bright and I remember thinking, wait... Is David Bowie really god?

Spencer Reid: We have a, uh... We have a sketch artist coming in.

Penelope Garcia: I'm still a little hazy.

Derek Morgan: It's okay. Anything you tell us will help.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah.

Derek Morgan: This guy say what he did for a living?

Penelope Garcia: He said he was a lawyer.

Spencer Reid: Did... Did people know him where you went?

Penelope Garcia: He said he wanted to show me a place. It was half an hour away.

Derek Morgan: You drove together? What kind of car?

Penelope Garcia: White. 4-Door sedan. American. It smelled new.

Spencer Reid: Rental car maybe?

Penelope Garcia: Maybe. I don't know. I don't look at things like you guys do. I don't see danger…

Derek Morgan: Okay. Take it easy. Take it easy… What else can you remember?

Penelope Garcia: He smelled good.


James Baylor: Good night.

Penelope Garcia: Good night.


Spencer Reid: He seem nervous?

Penelope Garcia: I thought he was just afraid to kiss me good night.

Derek Morgan: Hey… You sure you're up for this?


James Baylor: Hey, Garcia.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah.

James Baylor: I've been thinking about doing this all night.


Penelope Garcia: I could hear him walking. He leaned over me and I held my breath so he'd think I was dead.


Jason Clark Battle: What happened here?

Neighbour: A shooting. It was horrible. She's in intensive care.

Jason Clark Battle: She survived?

Neighbour: I have no idea how.

Jason Clark Battle: Miracles of science, right?

Neighbour: Yeah.

Jason Clark Battle: They get the guy? No clue at all?

Neighbour: Probably some crackhead.

Jason Clark Battle: It's crazy. Police around here can't even keep you safe. This whole city's going to hell.


David Rossi: You look like crap.

Aaron Hotchner: Well, 4 days, no leads, I feel like crap.

David Rossi: Any word from the hospital?

Aaron Hotchner: She's out of the ICU. Doctor said she could go home in a couple of days. Reid and Morgan are replaying it with her and they'll keep us posted.

David Rossi: We can always round up the 3 million guys the sketch looks like.


Jennifer Jareau: That was the police. They took the sketch back to the coffee shop, restaurant, came up empty.

Emily Prentiss: I even ran it through vicap. No hits.

Aaron Hotchner: No luck with the rental car companies. No prints at the scene. No shell casings. The cell phone the guy used to call Garcia at work was a disposable. The guy's a cipher.


Seller: Hypervigilance, right?

Jason Clark Battle: Something like that.

Seller: You know, most people these days are looking for a semi-automatic.

Jason Clark Battle: Yeah?

Seller: Yeah. Holds more rounds.

Jason Clark Battle: You don't need more rounds if you don't miss.


Derek Morgan: Penelope, I know it's gotta be hard to keep reliving this.

Penelope Garcia: I just don't know what else there is to remember.

Spencer Reid: Let's start with the behavior. That's all… That's all profiling really is, just noticing behavior.

Derek Morgan: Sweetheart, any details you can remember will tell us who he is. Okay?

Penelope Garcia: Mm-Hmm.

Derek Morgan: All right, so let's go back to when you first arrived at that restaurant. Was he nervous?

Penelope Garcia: No.


Penelope Garcia: The opposite, actually.

Waitor: Can I start you with anything to drink?

James Baylor: We'll have a bottle of Sancerre.

Penelope Garcia: Actually, I drink red.

James Baylor: Trust me, you'll love it.


Derek Morgan: So he was trying to impress you by showing you how he can take charge.

Penelope Garcia: I guess so.

Spencer Reid: Tell me about his watch.

Penelope Garcia: It's a fake Rolex.

Derek Morgan: You sure about that?

Penelope Garcia: I know my knockoffs.

Spencer Reid: Clearly he was playing with it, though, 'cause he wanted you to notice. I mean, he wanted you to think that it was real.

Derek Morgan: Garcia, are you okay?

Penelope Garcia: I'm feeling really exposed.

Derek Morgan: You're doing just fine. Just fine.


James Baylor: So you work for the FBI. That's glamorous.

Penelope Garcia: Mm-Hmm. If you want to call 14-hour days cloistered in a small, dark room, surrounded by violent images, glamorous, then hells yeah. Absolutely. It's Paris in the twenties.

James Baylor: You work murder cases?

Penelope Garcia: Mm-Hmm. 24/7.

James Baylor: I see. That's the big time right there. You're like a cop and big brother all rolled into one.

Penelope Garcia: I like to think of myself as a tireless crusader for world karma.

James Baylor: Right.

Penelope Garcia: What about you?

James Baylor: Ah, I don't know. School in new haven, law school in Boston… Cambridge, I guess, technically. It's all one College Town.

Penelope Garcia: What kind of law do you practice?

James Baylor: I was a city attorney but once you've had a murder case dismissed for judicial ineptitude or a random collateral estoppel, let's just say private practice starts making a lot of sense. People can get away with murder for other people's incompetence. Well, why am I telling you this? I'm sure you see it all the time… To karma.


Spencer Reid: City attorneys don't try murder cases.

Penelope Garcia: What?

Spencer Reid: He knows enough to use legal terminology, but he's not actually a working lawyer.


Derek Morgan: I think we're looking at someone who failed out of law school or didn't pass the bar.

Jennifer Jareau: Did Garcia say if he gave any details about the cases he was supposedly working?

Spencer Reid: No specifics.

Aaron Hotchner: If he failed out of the system, it could explain why he's got a working vocabulary and not much more.

Emily Prentiss: It could also explain his anger. Even in his lie, he rails against other people's incompetence.

David Rossi: Well, he's clearly a narcissist. The clothes, the watch, the subtle hints at where he went to school. He's faking humility when he's saying new haven and Cambridge instead of Yale and Harvard.

Aaron Hotchner: J.J., we need an analyst who can, uh, put our information through the legal databases.

Jennifer Jareau: I'm on it.


Kevin Lynch: Now, you sure another tech is ok with me in her system? We're kind of weird about that.

Aaron Hotchner: We just need you to run some bar association records.

Kevin Lynch: Why doesn't she do it?

David Rossi: She's in the hospital.

Kevin Lynch: You're talking about the analyst who was shot.

Aaron Hotchner: That's right.

Kevin Lynch: You know who hit her?

David Rossi: That's what we're hoping to find out.

Aaron Hotchner: What?

Kevin Lynch: We're the gatekeepers to a whole lot of information, man. It's enough to make us all a little paranoid. You know, I could have done this at my computer.

Aaron Hotchner: First we need you to look up the name James Colby Baylor and see if it shows up anywhere in the system.

Kevin Lynch: Whoa.

David Rossi: What is it?

Kevin Lynch: This system is insane. It's completely linux-based. Open-Sourced programming. You don't see this in government systems, I mean outside of, like, Switzerland.

Aaron Hotchner: James Colby Baylor.

Kevin Lynch: Right. I get it. Chop-Chop. Jeez… Uh-Uh. Nothing.

Aaron Hotchner: All right, let's start with a list of everyone in the area who either failed the bar exam or was fired from a large law firm in the last 5 years.

Kevin Lynch: What, are you serious? That's got to be, like, thousands of names.

David Rossi: Try narrowing it down to anyone with the initials J.C.B. He had monogrammed shirts. Trust me, they ain't cheap.

Aaron Hotchner: Is there a problem?

Kevin Lynch: This might be the coolest girl I've ever met.

David Rossi: You've never laid eyes on her.

Kevin Lynch: Well, her gooey is mind-Blowing.

Aaron Hotchner: The list.

Kevin Lynch: Oh, that's weird… Well, this isn't good.


Jennifer Jareau: What's Hotch doing?

David Rossi: Right now I’m guessing he's wishing anybody else was the leader of this team.


Penelope Garcia: Hey.

Aaron Hotchner: How are you feeling?

Penelope Garcia: You know, I've had better dates.

Derek Morgan: What's going on?

Aaron Hotchner: We found an encrypted file on your computer… Are you involved in something that i need to know about?

Penelope Garcia: No.

Derek Morgan: Hotch, what's going on?

Aaron Hotchner: Could this be connected in any way to whoever shot you?

Penelope Garcia: I don't think so.

Aaron Hotchner: I need the password.

Derek Morgan: Is this really necessary?

Aaron Hotchner: Yes. The password.

Penelope Garcia: Gilman street.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Spencer Reid: They don't honestly think Garcia's a security risk, do they?

Aaron Hotchner: I don't know. We've been ordered by internal affairs to stop working the case.

Derek Morgan: What?

Aaron Hotchner: And until this is cleared up... You've been suspended. I'm sorry.

Penelope Garcia: Right.

Derek Morgan: What are you doing?

Penelope Garcia: I need to get out of here.

Derek Morgan: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Please, baby, listen to me. We're gonna get it straightened out. I'm gonna find out who did this to you. Okay? I don't give a damn what I.A. wants me to do or doesn't want me to do, but right now you need to rest.

Penelope Garcia: But... One of the last things I said before he shot me was, "everything happens for a reason." Derek, if I lose faith in that, then nothing in my life makes sense.

Derek Morgan: I get that.

Penelope Garcia: No, you don't.


Jennifer Jareau: Is this really necessary?

Adam Fuchs: It's protocol. Yes, it's necessary. Mr. Lynch here will do an audit of her computer. I will oversee the investigation.

Jennifer Jareau: A federal employee was just gunned down and you make it seem like investigating her is more important than finding out who shot her.

Adam Fuchs: Well, that's not true. The police have jurisdiction, and trust me, I will offer them the full force of the FBI to solve this case.

Emily Prentiss: With all due respect, sir, the B.A.U. Is part of that force.

Adam Fuchs: Look, I'm sorry. I realize how hard this must be.

Jennifer Jareau: But?

Adam Fuchs: But the first thing you look at is victimology. Correct? The bureau needs to know what she's involved in and whether it has to do with why she was shot.

Jennifer Jareau: She's not involved in anything.

Adam Fuchs: And you're certain of that.

Emily Prentiss: Absolutely.

Adam Fuchs: What do you know about how she was recruited to the FBI?


Penelope Garcia: After my parents died, I... Kind of went off the rails for a while. I dropped out of cal tech. I lived underground, basically but I kept teaching myself code. It was like the one thing that kept me together.


Adam Fuchs: The bureau keeps track of computer hackers… Ones who have the skill to be either extremely useful or a potential menace.

Emily Prentiss: So Garcia was on a watch list?

Adam Fuchs: No. Watch lists are long. I'm talking about only a handful of people on the planet.

Jennifer Jareau: What did she do to get on that list?

Adam Fuchs: I'm afraid I'm not at liberty to answer that.


Spencer Reid: So they offered you a job?

Penelope Garcia: Mm-Hmm.

Spencer Reid: Like Frank Abagnale. The bureau figured if you can't beat them, hire them.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah. Something like that.

Derek Morgan: Garcia, what's on the encrypted file?

Penelope Garcia: I'm required to keep a record of everything the team does and after my system got hacked and Elle got shot, I just didn't want anyone else to be able to get at you.

Spencer Reid: We'll talk to the doctor, see if he'll clear you to leave.


Mike Fleming: Hi. I'm Mike Fleming.  I'm on till midnight. Officer Cranbeck will be here after that, okay?

Penelope Garcia: Thank you.

Mike Fleming: You're welcome.

Derek Morgan: Come on, let's get you inside… Come on. It washes off. I promise.


Derek Morgan: I, um... I would expect nothing less.

Penelope Garcia: You should be flattered. Not many people are invited in off the grid.

Derek Morgan: Super-8?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah… I always imagined myself fighting crime. My parents were hippies. I think it horrified them.

Derek Morgan: How old were you when you lost them?

Penelope Garcia: 18. Drunk driver… I volunteer once a week to counsel family members of murder victims.

Derek Morgan: Baby, you don't get enough of this stuff at work?

Penelope Garcia: I look at those crime scene photos all day long. I can't know that those families are out there trying to cope and not do something to help.

Derek Morgan: You do know it was stupid to encrypt that file?

Penelope Garcia: Yes, I know. Old habits, I guess.

Derek Morgan: You need some rest.

Penelope Garcia: You're right. Go. Be free, my love.

Derek Morgan: Hey. I'm not going anywhere.

Penelope Garcia: I'm fine. I got my goon squad parked out front.

Derek Morgan: Goon squad or no goon squad, that couch right there is gonna be my best friend until we find this guy. Now leave it alone.

Penelope Garcia: Okay… But if you're thinking of trying to take advantage of me... Let me call my doctor so he can revive me afterward.

Derek Morgan: Hey, silly girl.

Penelope Garcia: Hmm?

Derek Morgan: I love you. You know that, right?

Penelope Garcia: I love you, too.

Derek Morgan: Go to bed.


Mike Fleming: Can I help you with something? I need you to stop right there. Stop…


Derek Morgan: Garcia!

Penelope Garcia: What's going on?!

Derek Morgan: Stay right there. Stay there! Come here. Come here. Come with me… Get in the corner. Get in the corner. Garcia, you listen to me. Take this gun.

Penelope Garcia: I don't believe in guns.

Derek Morgan: Okay, trust me, they are very real. Take it. All right, you keep your finger off that trigger. If somebody walks through that door, you grab ahold of it and you squeeze. Fire, you hear me?

Penelope Garcia: Morgan!

Derek Morgan: Stay there!


Derek Morgan: 107 Leavenworth. I got an officer down. Repeat… Officer down. Send me an ambulance.

Dispatch: All right, this is dispatch. We copy your request. Ambulance.


Penelope Garcia: Aah! Aah!

Derek Morgan: Garcia! It's me. Don't shoot. It's me. It's Morgan, baby.

Penelope Garcia: Why is this happening to me?

Derek Morgan: I don't know.


Jennifer Jareau: What's going on?

Derek Morgan: I don't know. This guy's getting seriously bold, and I can guarantee it's not over.

Jennifer Jareau: You okay?

Penelope Garcia: I don't know what he wants from me.

Spencer Reid: Could you know something about him?

Penelope Garcia: I don't know.

Spencer Reid: Maybe you have something he wants?

Penelope Garcia: I don't know who he is. I'm so scared.

Jennifer Jareau: I know.


Walker: Just so you know, your office called to tell me we're supposed to run point on this. They don't want you working the case.

Aaron Hotchner: We're just here to comfort a friend.

Walker: I'm about to have to tell a good friend's wife her husband got murdered. I don't care what your office says. Any help you can give is good in my book.

Aaron Hotchner: Thanks.

David Rossi: I'm sick of being behind this guy. We gotta end this.


Emily Prentiss: Hey. Did you get a look at him?

Derek Morgan: Nothing solid.

Aaron Hotchner: Garcia, we need to get you back to the hospital.

Penelope Garcia: No.

Jennifer Jareau: You know what? You should still be there. We need her someplace safe.

Penelope Garcia: I feel safe with all of you.

Aaron Hotchner: We can take you to the B.A.U.

Jennifer Jareau: Garcia?

Spencer Reid: Okay?


Derek Morgan: Get in the corner. Get in the corner.


Penelope Garcia: When we were at dinner... They wanted to seat us by a window, but he insisted on sitting at the worst table in the place… And he sat with his back to the corner.

Aaron Hotchner: Detective. Can you clear the room for just a minute?

Walker: I got a dead cop downstairs. I consider this part of the crime scene.

Aaron Hotchner: I know. Just a couple of minutes.

Walker: Do what you gotta do.

Aaron Hotchner: Thank you.

Spencer Reid: Tell us about the car.

Penelope Garcia: Why?

Derek Morgan: Just go with him.

Spencer Reid: You said it was white, 4-door, American. What else?

Penelope Garcia: That's it. It was just a car.

Derek Morgan: No, come on, think. Anything. Go back.


Penelope Garcia: The seat belt was buckled behind his back.


Penelope Garcia: Why does that matter?

Derek Morgan: It wasn't a rental. It was for surveillance.

Emily Prentiss: Agents don't wear seat belts.

David Rossi: They need to get out in a hurry. All right, let's cut the crap.

Penelope Garcia: You need to be straight with us.

David Rossi: Right now. Look at me, not them. I'm not hiding anything. You got shot. Most people get shot for a reason. Eyes here!

Derek Morgan: Ease up, Rossi.

David Rossi: You got a roomful of people here willing to believe that an FBI agent has tried to kill you. We need to know everything you do on company time that we don't know about… What?

Derek Morgan: Come on, man.

Penelope Garcia: It's nothing bad.

David Rossi: Spit it out!

Penelope Garcia: It's ju… I counsel victims' families and they know where I work, so sometimes they ask me to look into cases for them.

David Rossi: What does that mean?

Penelope Garcia: It just means that the cases, the unsolved ones, I tag them, so whoever's investigating them knows that the FBI considers them a priority.

Aaron Hotchner: You're not authorized to do that.

Penelope Garcia: I know. I was just trying to help.

Emily Prentiss: But whoever's working those cases thinks you're watching them.

Penelope Garcia: I just wanted to put pressure on them so that they don't slide.

Aaron Hotchner: How many cases are we talking about?

Penelope Garcia: I don't know. 7, 8 maybe. I need to get into my system.

Aaron Hotchner: You can't. You're suspended.

Derek Morgan: Wait a minute, Garcia. On your date, you said this guy was pressing you to find out if you were working murder cases. Hotch, we gotta look at those files.

David Rossi: I told you, I'm sick of this Jagoff being in front of us.

Aaron Hotchner: Dave's right. We'll go back to the B.A.U. Morgan, Reid, Prentiss, you stay here and make sure no one forgets to log out of the system. Garcia should not have access.

Derek Morgan: Understood.


Kevin Lynch: What the hell? Oh, no, you don't.

Penelope Garcia: I do not have time for this.

Kevin Lynch: All right, no chance.

Penelope Garcia: Huh.

Kevin Lynch: And yet...

Penelope Garcia: Oh, you want to play?

Derek Morgan: What is she doing in there?

Emily Prentiss: Do you really want to know?

Kevin Lynch: Oh, no. You are not seriously trying to backhack me?

Penelope Garcia: Oh, nicely played. Okay. New plan.

Kevin Lynch: Well, now, this is just way too easy.

Penelope Garcia: Yeah, that's right. Chase me.

Kevin Lynch: I thought you had skills… Oh, boy.

Penelope Garcia: Have fun getting out of the wormhole.


Penelope Garcia: Those are all the cases I flagged.

Derek Morgan: Okay. Everybody take a copy. We need to see if any of the agents overlap in all of the cases.


Kevin Lynch: Now... What were you looking for?


Emily Prentiss: There aren't any agents working on these cases but the same deputy was a first responder in 3.

Derek Morgan: What's the name?

Emily Prentiss: Jason Clark Battle.

Spencer Reid: What are the cases?

Emily Prentiss: Uh, all 3 were drive-bys, at close range, shot with a revolver… Is that him?

Penelope Garcia: Yeah.

Emily Prentiss: He's been honored twice as a hero.

Penelope Garcia: So why is he stuck at deputy?

Derek Morgan: Because even to his superiors, something was off about him.

Spencer Reid: Makes sense. The showy clothes, the subtle bragging. He presents himself as a prominent attorney when he's actually just a deputy sheriff.

Derek Morgan: Underapprecied in the world and overappreciated in his own mind.

Penelope Garcia: I don't understand.

Derek Morgan: I think you may have stumbled upon an angel of death.

Penelope Garcia: I thought those are nurses who put people out of their misery.

Spencer Reid: Yeah, that's one model. The other is someone who puts people at risk in order to save them.

Penelope Garcia: So he shot them so that he could save them?

Emily Prentiss: Yeah. And when he couldn't, he made it look like a random murder. It's how he was able to be the first responder.

Spencer Reid: It's called hero homicide complex. It's most commonly found in firemen who set fires in order to save the day.

Derek Morgan: Garcia… You flagged these cases. He thought you were onto him.

Penelope Garcia: I wasn't.

Emily Prentiss: But you're the only person in the world who was gonna make the connection. In his mind, he had to eliminate you.


Derek Morgan: Deputy Battle, please. Okay, what time is his shift over? No, no message. Thank you. Okay, he didn't sign out to a location. His shift is over at midnight. Until then, I do not want this guy knowing that we are onto him.

Penelope Garcia: Why? What's the profile say?

Spencer Reid: He'll keep getting bolder trying to cover his tracks and if that doesn't work, he'll die shooting.


Jennifer Jareau: Great.

Jason Clark Battle: Thanks for having me in.

Adam Fuchs: Oh, we want you to know we take bureau interference with local law enforcement seriously.

Jason Clark Battle: I appreciate that tt's good to know we're on the same team.

Adam Fuchs: Mr. Lynch, I need you to access some files.

Kevin Lynch: Yeah, I'm kind of busy.

Adam Fuchs: We'll step in here. It'll just take a second.


Adam Fuchs: Jason Battle. B-A-T-T-L-E.

Jason Clark Battle: I just don't understand why one of your analysts would be looking into my murder cases.

Adam Fuchs: To be honest, the woman we're talking about is currently under investigation.

Jason Clark Battle: You don't think she could be involved in a killing somehow, do you?

Adam Fuchs: We haven't made any determinations.

Jason Clark Battle: Wouldn't it be easier to just let me speak to her?

Adam Fuchs: I'm afraid she's in the hospital.

Jason Clark Battle: This the woman who was shot?

Adam Fuchs: Yeah.

Jason Clark Battle: Every cop in the city's working overtime, but they can't come up with anything… Think she might be dirty?

Adam Fuchs: Like I said, we haven't made any determinations.

Jason Clark Battle: Well, until you do, is it possible to remove my files from your system for security's sake?

Adam Fuchs: Yeah, we can do that. Mr. Lynch?

Kevin Lynch: Yes, sir.


Penelope Garcia: Okay, that's funky.

Spencer Reid: What's going on?

Penelope Garcia: He just logged in to my system. There's a link up on my screen.

Emily Prentiss: Maybe it's a mistake.

Penelope Garcia: No. He's good. He's not careless.

Spencer Reid: Could he be trying to show you something?

Penelope Garcia: He could be baiting me.

Emily Prentiss: What do you mean?

Penelope Garcia: If he's with internal affairs, and I follow his lead, whosever login i use could lose their job.

Derek Morgan: What's your gut say?

Penelope Garcia: He's a hacker. We have a code.

Derek Morgan: You trust it?

Penelope Garcia: I have to.

Derek Morgan: Do it. Make contact.

Emily Prentiss: It's the B.A.U.

Penelope Garcia: God, that's him.

Derek Morgan: Hotch, it's Morgan. He's in the B.A.U. Deputy sheriff, mid-Bullpen, just past my desk. Got him?

Aaron Hotchner: I got him.

Derek Morgan: Don't let him know we're onto him. He's a classic narcissist with a hero homicide complex, and he's spiralling. If you let him know we're onto him, he's gonna start shooting.


David Rossi: He's trying to prove to himself he's smarter than all of us.

Aaron Hotchner: It's too crowded in here. We can't get an angle on him without putting people in jeopardy.


Derek Morgan: We gotta slip somebody in behind him.

Spencer Reid: Can you get us the cameras outside the bullpen?


Jason Clark Battle: Is there a problem?

Kevin Lynch: No, I'm sorry. It's… It's not my system. It's taking me longer.


Penelope Garcia: Oh, my girl.

Derek Morgan: Come on, J.J. pick up the phone. Pick it up… J.J., it's Morgan. Listen to me. Listen to me very carefully.


Kevin Lynch: Okey-Doke.

Jason Clark Battle: You're sure my files are wiped off the system?

Kevin Lynch: Yes, sir.

Adam Fuchs: All right, I'll keep you updated on our investigation.


Emily Prentiss: He knows they know.

Derek Morgan: This is crazy.  We gotta get over there.

Penelope Garcia: I'm going with you.

Derek Morgan: No, you are not.

Penelope Garcia: You do not have time to argue.


David Rossi: You're a cop. You know this isn't gonna end well.

Aaron Hotchner: You're standing in the middle of the FBI.

Jason Clark Battle: You think I'm afraid of the FBI?

Aaron Hotchner: I know how this is gonna end, and so do you.

Jason Clark Battle: I'm a decorated officer.

David Rossi: That's right… And this is not how you want to be remembered. You're in control here. You write the ending. Your choice.

Jason Clark Battle: The best minds in the FBI… You can't even stop me.

David Rossi: He's clear!


Penelope Garcia: It's really over?

Derek Morgan: Yeah. It's really over. Now can we please get you back to the hospital?

Penelope Garcia: I...

Emily Prentiss: Oh, don't worry about your reinstatement papers. He'll sign them as soon as his hand stops shaking.

Penelope Garcia: Hey. I never wanted you to have to do something like that.

Jennifer Jareau: I never even blinked. You do whatever it takes to, uh... Protect your family.


Aaron Hotchner: How's Garcia?

Derek Morgan: She'll make sense of it.

David Rossi: And you? How's your faith?

Derek Morgan: Day to day.


Jennifer Jareau: I think someone's watching you.

Penelope Garcia: Do you believe everything happens for a reason?


Penelope Garcia: You.

Kevin Lynch: You.

Penelope Garcia: You're good.

Kevin Lynch: You're better. Kevin Lynch.

Penelope Garcia: Penelope.

Kevin Lynch: Penelope.

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